The Executive Education Programme has been created for senior and middle managers to focus on the development of individuals and teams in their organisation. There are ten modules which can be taken stand alone or in a programme featuring as many modules as the client identifies as pertinent. Each programme is created in tandem with the client to ensure that the outcomes are in line with the organisations goals.
The programme uses active learning methods which require participants to engage with ideas and approaches as individuals, groups and as a cohort. The programme is based on the assumption that mature adults working together have much to offer each other in terms of learning and support.
The emphasis on active and collaborative learning relies on participants providing on-going feedback on workshop contents and approaches so debriefing and evaluation are embedded throughout in order better to address identified needs and interests.
- To equip high performing managers with the appropriate practical capabilities in the fields of management and leadership.
- To encourage and support participants in developing themselves and their teams as practising managers and leaders.
Workshops are highly interactive and participants will be expected to engage in a range of activities, which include:
- Case Studies
- Exercises & Simulations
- Problem-based & Table-top Exercises
The workshops will be facilitated by a range of specialists drawn from MOM and its extensive networks. The facilitators are drawn from a wide range of backgrounds and represent the public, private and third sectors. They have been selected on the basis of their experience of and commitment to learning and professional development, and are accustomed to working in facilitative teams.
These courses are unique as they are credit rated by Edinburgh Napier University and attached to the Higher Education qualifications framework.